Review: <i>Post-Democracy</i> will decimate you

Review: Post-Democracy will decimate you

posted by MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 20/21

Award-winning Halifax playwright Hannah Moscovitch returns with a devastating, beautiful piece of theatre.

John Devlin’s second act, from outsider to world star

John Devlin’s second act, from outsider to world star

The local artist is acclaimed for drawing utopia, but can’t imagine a better city than this one.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 17/21


7 Sure Things going on in Halifax the April 15 weekend

7 Sure Things going on in Halifax the April 15 weekend

From the return of Adam Baldwin’s livestreams to a new, drag-filled play from HEIST.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 13/21


ICYMI: The week in local music and TV releases

ICYMI: The week in local music and TV releases

From the Jupiter’s Legacy trailer to Kye Clayton’s newest track, here’s four hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 9/21


A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

A rare occasion to dance like everyone’s watching

After a Covid delay, Petites Danses is performing live and in person this weekend.

By ALEC MARTIN, Apr 9/21


7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from April 8-14

7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from April 8-14

All the local live art you need to see, online and off.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 7/21


Halifax hosted slavers’ ships. Now it is home to Canada’s first institute of slavery studies.

Halifax hosted slavers’ ships. Now it is home to Canada’s first institute of slavery studies.

Charmaine Nelson leads the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery at NSCAD.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 5/21


The Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery is not closing

The Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery is not closing

Despite rumours in the visual arts community, SMU says its gallery is staying open.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 3/21


The week in local book, theatre and music releases

The week in local book, theatre and music releases

From the debut single by Good Neighbour to the return of Hillsburn, here are 3 hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Apr 2/21


7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from March 31-April 8

7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from March 31-April 8

All the local live art you need to see, online and off.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 31/21


ICYMI: The week in local book, theatre and music releases

ICYMI: The week in local book, theatre and music releases

From the theatre project 21 Black Futures to Christy Ann Conlin’s new novel, here are 5 hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 28/21


The Khyber releases database of BIPOC mental health resources

The Khyber releases database of BIPOC mental health resources

Finding a therapist of colour is hard, but this list will make it easier.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 27/21


Jack Bishop’s latest paintings need to be witnessed IRL

Jack Bishop’s latest paintings need to be witnessed IRL

With the bright, globby colours in the showcase Road Trip Playlist, the painter is driving into new artistic territory.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 26/21


7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from March 25-31

7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from March 25-31

All the local live art you need to see, online and off.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 24/21


ICYMI: The week in local book and music releases

ICYMI: The week in local book and music releases

From Sue Goyette’s poetry to a new video from JRDN, here are 5 hot launches.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 19/21


7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from March 18-24

7 Sure Things happening in Halifax from March 18-24

All the local live art you need to see, online and off.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 19/21


<i>A Concerto</i> is a contender

A Concerto is a contender

Halifax’s Ben Proudfoot’s documentary short gets Oscar nom.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 16/21


UPDATED: I can’t stop thinking about this giant pipe organ

UPDATED: I can’t stop thinking about this giant pipe organ

Maybe I’ll get rid of my couch to make room for this 20 by 35 foot beaut from a Dartmouth Church.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 14/21


10 things to bid on at Neptune’s fundraising auction

10 things to bid on at Neptune’s fundraising auction

Yes, you do need the disco ball from Mamma Mia!

By MORGAN MULLIN, Mar 12/21


5 sure things for International Women’s Day

5 sure things for International Women’s Day

Both online and in-person, here’s how to celebrate not-men this year.

By SEYITAN MORITIWON, Mar 7/21


Neptune is (sort of) back!

Neptune is (sort of) back!

Darkened by COVID-19, the theatre is rekindling the live experience in the Reunited series.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 23/21


Two Halifax artists nominated for Canada’s prestigious New Generation Photography Award

Two Halifax artists nominated for Canada’s prestigious New Generation Photography Award

Séamus Gallagher and Ursula Handleigh made the 24-artist long list

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 21/21


Halifax’s Eli Goree nominated for a Black Reel Award

Halifax’s Eli Goree nominated for a Black Reel Award

His star-making turn as Cassius Clay in One Night In Miami is must-see cinema.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 19/21


Look inside The Blue Building, Halifax’s newest gallery

Look inside The Blue Building, Halifax’s newest gallery

Part of the ambitious 2482 Maynard arts project, the gallery’s first show is on until April.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 19/21


Six movies we can't wait to watch at this year's Halifax Black Film Festival

Six movies we can't wait to watch at this year's Halifax Black Film Festival

The festival celebrates five years of celebrating Black stories from February 23-28.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Feb 9/21


Behind the verse with Arielle Twist

Behind the verse with Arielle Twist

The Indigenous Voices Award-winning poet breaks down a poem with The Coast.

By MORGAN MULLIN, Jan 1/21


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Post Democracy is available as a digital performance through Sunday, April 25. Tickets are $20 for an individual, $35 for a household and $10 for students from the Prairie Theatre Exchange box office.

Review: Post-Democracy will decimate you

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